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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 176 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 176
A_o Nuevo Ck, Waddell Ck of the Waddel, a stream which here breaks sharply and narrowly the continuity of the range lying against the ocean.  The pines reappear on the south wall of the Waddell ca_on and continue south for 1 1/2 miles the crossing the ridge and descending half-way (or perhaps a  little more) to the floor of Scott Valley ca_on.  After they cross the ridge and get down a little distance they are associated with Redwood and with Madrona.  Probably not elsewhere is Monterey Pine asociated with Madrona, and certainly not elsewhere :::::::::  August 18, 1910. with Redwood.  See ahead 2 pp. - Buckeye was in flower on Gazos Creek.  These leafy trees were in pointed contrast to the trees seen a few days ago in the Benicia Hills facing the Suisun marshes, stark naked like skeletons. - Beach plants at A_o Nuevo Beach near mouth of Waddell Ck - Cakile edentula - Mesembryanthemum aequilat. - Abronia umbellata (purple fl.) This whole coast line is cut crosswise by sharp ca_ons or ca_adas.  Between Little Butano and Gazos creeks one walks across a flat between the hills and within 10 ft. suddenly come upon a farmstead of half a dozen buildings lying in a canada that we not only did not see across the plain but did not suspect its existence.
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